Waikato Landscape

Maker
Margot Leonie Luise Philips
Production date
Circa 1963
Description
German-born Jewish artist Margot Philips (1902 – 1988) is one of the Waikato’s leading twentieth-century artists. Philips’ career as an artist began after she arrived in Kirikiriroa Hamilton in 1938, first experimenting with landscape painting in the 1950s, and then rising in prominence through the 1960s and 1970s. Landscapes were a favourite subject throughout Philips’ painting career. She was excited by the Waikato landscape and found a particular way of representing its distinctive landforms and weather patterns.
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Object detail

Production date
Circa 1963
Media/Materials
Oil on board
Measurements
725 x 761 x 35mm frame
605 x 643 mm board
Collection
Department collection type
Credit line
Collection of Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
Accession number
1970/65/1

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